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Posted by Chad Saunders
On Thursday September 29, I had an emergency in SW Calgary. Tests run enroute to the hospital by the paramedics from Nanton showed that I was potentially having a heart attack, so we were redirected to Foothills to receive important life changing care. I don't remember the paramedics names but I am so very grateful to them. Please thank them.
Posted by Elizabeth Crispe
Sept 1122 I was having major chest pains and I received ambulatory care from Jeremy, Miranda and Tobi and they were AMAZING! Miranda and Tobi stayed with me at RGH for hours before a bed was available and took better care of me than the doctor on call. Thank you so much!!
Posted by Anonymous
Thank you so much for all you did when my little sister had to called for an ambulance on September 27th. You took care of my mom and let my sister know where she will be and told her my mom was okay. Thanks again!
Posted by Matt Lamoureux
To Jessica and Justin, who drove us from the scene of the accident to U of A hospital on Aug 17, '22 Your compassionate care for my daughter and me during an incredibly stressful situation still humbles me. It may be your job, but the honest answers to questions, the lighthearted approach, and the extra time is heartfelt. Thank you dearly
Posted by Erum Kidwai
I wanted to thank the paramedics that responded on the night of 16th June early morning of the 17 June around 12am. My mother was unconscious and not breathing. I never got to say thank you that night for your care
Posted by Sajida Arshad
Thanks to Bill for saving my life else I wouldn’t be here today.
Posted by Derrick CresswellClough
Shoutout to Andy and Jeremy who came from Calgary to Didsbury Hosp on Tues, Sept 20 to pick up my 8yrold son, Derrick, who was having trouble breathing. They were so upbeat and friendly, they put us at ease right away. Andy chatted with Derrick on the ride to Children's to keep him calm. We can't thank them enough for the excellent care. Ayesha
Posted by Anonymous
Thanks for everything you do ❤️
Posted by Anonymous
Thank you to all EMS staff. We appreciate you and the work you do for all of us 💕
Posted by Lynne Lechelt
I would like to express my sincere gratitude and thanks for the care and kindness given to me by Eric and Sheena during an atrial fibrillation episode I had on Friday, 16 September. Eric and Sheena ensured I was safe and cared for as well they we considerate and gracious to my family. Thank you so very much. Lynne
Posted by Anonymous
Thank you for taking great care and kindness with our brother, Ron. We always rest easy knowing that he is in the hands of the great staff of Alberta Health Services.
Posted by Anonymous
CORY and his partner WOODWARD got me to a hospital safely Sunday night from downtown Calgary. I was alone, afraid, in pain, physically and emotionally Cory talked with me while his partner drove. Cory: that brief time with you was more helpful than any and all the psychiatrists I have encountered thanks so much Diane
Posted by Anonymous
my heartfelt thanks and gratitude to Calgary EMS paramedics especially Rachel for your kindness, professionalism, and ability to laugh WITH me during my "mental meltdown" reaction to stress PTSD related with suicidal ideation. you all helped me save myself that night and we all were correctLIFE is worth LIVING. thanks. Diane
Posted by Anonymous
We would like to thank the wonderful EMS teams who responded when our elderly family member fell and broke her hip at home. An initial team arrived in less than 10 minutes in an SUV and assessed her and provided pain relief. The ambulance arrived a few minutes later and took her to the hospital. We appreciate both teams' swift and kind response.
Posted by Gary Makar
On behalf of our entire family, we wanted to thank the EMS team who cared for my Mom Helen on Saturday, Sept. 10 at The Manor Village in Varsity Calgary. I believe the team was from a NE Calgary EMS station. Brittany was only name I caught but the others were exceptional!!!!!
Posted by Anonymous
I had the misfortune of using your services August 8, 2022, but they were exemplary! I am hoping to thank the ambulance attendants personally who transported me from Didsbury Hospital to Peter Lougheed Hospital in Calgary. I did not get their names.
Posted by Tom Fisher
Where do we even start. We had a wild ride. We had three sets of paramedics sit with my husband while he was waiting for a bed at Red Deer Hospital. We acknowledge you have your own families but yet you gave of yourselves so freely and kindly to take care of him, even going over shift time if necessary. We appreciated every single one of you! 🥹
Posted by Kelly Rodak
Thank you to Sheldon
Posted by Nancy pelkey
My 90 year old mother was taken by ambulance to rocky view tonight and all three ems were compassionate had a sense of humour and I loved them. Thank you so much for what you do
Posted by Sharann Roxburgh
To the wonderful first responders that came to our home to help my husband who collapsed at the front door. The fire department arrived first and started taking care of him, then started CPR. The paramedics took over when they arrived. I want to thank you sincerely for the wonderful work you did and do everyday.
Posted by Adrienne Pearson
Dan and Andrea today transferred by Mom Kathleen from her home to Roozen Community Hospice. She didn’t want to go with them but they never lost their kind and caring manner. They settled here into her beautiful room and the Hospice. These two are gems. Please pass on our entire family’s thanks!
Posted by Julia Rakowski
Thank you to the two paramedics who came to my rescue after a severe hypoglycemic episode. I may not remember your names, but I'll never forget your kindness and caring not just for myself but for my partner who was shaken by the incident as well. Keep up the great work!
Posted by Richard Andrews
Many thanks to the 2 paramedics for the prompt efficient service provider on Thurs 18th Aug much appreciated.
Posted by Anonymous
We want to give a special thank you to Melissa
Posted by Brock Helgeson
Due to the meds, I do not remember the names of 2 girl paramedic team that picked me up. They know who they are, and please extend a massive thank you for there kindness and professionalism! I am 3 days post OP on the road to recovery thanks to them. Keep up the good work. It’s appreciated. Cheers Corona guy.
Posted by Brandy MacDonald
My toddler was in respiratory distress, he is already on home oxygen, the PRU arrived first and increased my son's oxygen needs past what we could regulate at home. Thank you to the paramedics for their genuine caring, making sure my son had his favourite stuffy and I had clean clothes. Those small things mean so much.
Posted by Andria Wyper
I'm sending an enormous "Thankyou" to Becca. We were leaving a campsite near Jarvie, when my husband had what appeared to be a heart attack. Becca answered my 911 call. Her calm, confident manner quelled the panic threatening to overwhelm me. Thankyou for helping me. Know that you are treasured by the people you help on a daily basis.
Posted by Joseph Smith
After enduring excruciating lower back pain for five days (long story), 911 was called on the morning of Friday, July 29. While several people were involved, Lukas and Sarah were the primary caregivers. They were beyond outstanding warm, cariing, compassionate, reassuring, professional. Thanks Lukas and Sarah for getting me to South Health!
Posted by Roger Simms
On the 22 July 2022, I suffered a medical event at Broadmoor Lk Park in Sherwood Park. I was completely disoriented and in distress. The first responder on scene was Cole. Was I impressed. Efficient, knowledgeable, compassionate, and so reassuring. Mitch and Caitlin arrived to transport me. They were simply amazing! God Bless them all.
Posted by Anonymous
Thank you Central Alberta EMS! You guys are the glue keeping the system together and it is appreciated! I want to not only thank Red Deer EMS, but also the RURAL ambulances, such as Sylvan Lake, Eckville, Rocky Mountain House, Innisfail, Rimbey, Stettler, Blackfalds, Lacombe, etc! Without the rural ambulances, nothing would stay afloat!